German premiere | The first 3D-printed single-family house and BEVER is part of it

Under the leadership of Peri GmbH from Weissenhorn - one of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of formwork and scaffolding systems - Germany's first printed single-family house is being built in Beckum, in the district of Warendorf.

The building will be a flawless European co-production. PERI is contributing its comprehensive understanding of the entire construction process as well as the printing technology and is printing the pilot building, while at the same time training the client's employees in printing. The gigantic 3D printer itself is a development of the company COBOD from Denmark, the special mortar required for 3D printing is supplied by HeidelbergCement from Bergamo.

BEVER provides additional stability

We were also able to contribute to this unique project. For the special stainless steel wire anchors to stabilise the partially double-shell walls, the planners and engineers already relied on our many years of expertise during the development phase.

"It's a great feeling to be able to help shape and support this new building technique," said Klemens Grawe (BEVER) after personally inserting the first wire anchor into the freshly printed exterior walls.